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Packaging World October 28, 2013
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SATO S84 Print engine featured in new tamp-blow all-electric print/apply labeler SATO S84 Print Engine Featured in new Tamp-Blow All-Electric Print/Apply Labeler
SATO’s S84 series print engine featured in Diagraph's new Tamp-Blow print/apply labeler. This new all-electric labeler includes a servo-drive tamp-blow module for non-contact labeling. SATO’s S84 series print engine features quick-change wear parts and interchangeable print resolutions of 203dpi, 305dpi or 609dpi.
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SATO print engines on 17 tomato-packing lines harvest many benefits SATO Print Engines on 17 tomato-packing lines harvest many benefits
Packaging labels play a key role in the supply chain. A label print-and-apply system by Cheetah Systems using SATO print engines improves label accuracy by almost double. Read the full story for additional system benefits
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Customers tout benefits of integrated, turnkey case label/print and tracking system Customers tout benefits of integrated, turnkey case label/print and tracking system
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Thermal Transfer v. Direct Thermal Printing: Five Key Considerations Thermal Transfer v. Direct Thermal Printing: Five Key Considerations
This easy to understand white paper clearly describes the differences between thermal transfer and direct thermal printing, and charts the strengths and weaknesses of both technologies. Detailed explanations reveal the key issues to consider when deciding the most suitable technology for your labeling application.
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New from Argox a SATO company. Great value and design, starting at under $1,000 New from Argox a SATO Company. Great value and design, starting at under $1,000
SATO, a name synonymous with trusted dependability, offers a new line of industrial thermal printers. With an all-metal housing for the most demanding environment, the X Series boasts industry leading price and exceptional performance making it an excellent value solution.
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Digital ink jet printing enhances food safety
Grower/packer implements advanced on-film labeling technology to track and trace fresh produce from field to store to kitchen.
New sanitary auger fillers improve filling accuracy
Whole food supplement packager Standard Process Inc. reduces powdered product overfills, meets sanitary guidelines.
WITC, Bosch aim to bridge the skills gap
Newly initiated joint venture includes electro-mechanic apprenticeship—the combination of an electrician and mechanic that’s the first of its kind in Wisconsin and is now considered a new trade.
200 million drink pouches recycled by U.S. communities
Capri Sun sweetens the pot, giving participants in the Drink Pouch Brigade greater incentives to collect and return empty packaging for upcycling.
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Cook-in bags debut in South Africa
Campbell Soup and Green Mountain to launch soup in K-Cup
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New breed of on-demand case printer cuts costs
The Scribe 600 Printer from Script Technology Corp. is a rotary screen printing device that uses labeling software and a thermal imager to create an image in a stencil that is then placed on the cylinder to print corrugated substrates.
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